Scottish Society of Physicians 63rd Annual Meeting
Thursday 28 – Friday 29 October 2021
University of Aberdeen, Suttie Centre & Virtual (via Microsoft Teams)
Following discussions with the SSP Committee, it has been decided to proceed with this event in a hybrid format supported by the Suttie Centre at the University of Aberdeen. Local members in the Aberdeen area will be able to attend this event in person.
Highlights of the event include:
- Management of Heart Failure – Dr Collette Jackson, Glasgow
- Eating disorders for the perplexed – Dr Alasdair McKinlay, Aberdeen
- Bubbles, bends and boyle – Diving Medicine in Orkney – Dr Andrew Trevett, Stromness
- Endocrine hypertension – Professor Isla Mackenzie, Dundee
- Trainee Session focusing on ‘Wellbeing and Trainee Support’ delivered by Dr Tom Fardon & Dr Roby Rajan
Our 2021 Fitzgerald Peel Lecture will be delivered by Professor David Williams, Professor of Stroke Medicine, RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences who will be discussing ‘Salvaging the Ischaemic Brain – New opportunities for managing acute stroke’
These talks will either be delivered virtually or presented live if they are local to the area
More information about booking can be found on the event website: https://events.rcpe.ac.uk/scottish-society-physicians-63rd-annual-meeting
The date of the next training day is Friday 29 October 2021. This training day will focus on ‘Coronary Artery Disease’. Information about the training days including past events, visit our Training Page.
All trainees will be invited to attend virtually via Microsoft Teams. For more information or any queries please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuesday 16 November
Virtual Evening Meeting & Live Link sites
The Coronavirus pandemic has resulted in many changes in the way we practice medicine and deliver care to our patients. One of the key themes of change has been the use of digital systems and data to communicate with patients. From the use of virtual patient consultations to communicating public health messages and designing healthcare systems using healthcare informatics, we are all now far more aware of digital possibilities. What have we learnt from this experience, what do we now need to know and what does the future hold?
Our speakers are:
Engaging with the public in a digital age
Professor Linda Bauld, Bruce and John Usher Professor of Public Health, University of Edinburgh
Communication techniques in a digital world
Dr Kirsty Boyd, Lead Tutor, Effective Communication for Healthcare
Health Informatics – Everything you and your patients need to know
Dr Cian Hughes, Clinical Research Scientist at Google Health
This event is free for all RCPE Fellows and Members.
This event is organised by the RCPE Recently Appointed Consultants’ Committee and is suitable in particular for all consultants, senior trainees and specialist doctors and associate specialists.
Scottish Heart and Arterial Risk disease Prevention (SHARP), Scotland’s national cardiovascular research organisation, is back with a stellar meeting on Thursday 28th November 2021. Their Annual Scientific Meeting, together with the Scottish Lipid Forum, has a host of stars:
- Kausik Ray, Imperial College, London– on Inclisiran
- Liam Smeeth, LSHTM – Statin-wise (n-of-1 trials)
- Hugh Tunstall-Pedoe/Mark Woodward, Dundee/Sydney – ASSIGN update
- Brian Ference, Cambridge – CV risk based on cumulative LDL-C & SBP
- Chris Packard, Michael Murphy – Debate: Are ESC cholesterol targets too ambitious?
- Ander Cohen, KIng’s, Guy’s/St. Thomas’ – on Anticoagulation
- Hiddo Lambers Heerspink, Professor of Clinical Trials and Personalized Medicine, University Medical Center Groningen on the new PCSK9 drugs
- Carmel McEniery, Cambridge – wearable technology and BP
- Lis Neubeck, Edinburgh – wearable technology – AF
- The legend himself, Professor Calum MacRae, Head of Cardiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Professor Harvard Medical School, “The rise and rise of big data and health.
Plus abstracts for researchers and the SHARP prize for the best trainee presenting an abstract.
Keen to register and/or submit an abstract? Log on to: http://www.sharpscotland.org.uk/events/
Registration is free, likewise abstract submission.
The meeting is hybrid: both streamed – and as a return towards normal – with limited places available to on site delegates at the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, where the event is being hosted.
Register your interest now!
For further details, contact SHARP at: email@example.com
For virtual attendance please use the Webex link to register. As there are limited in-person spaces please only register for in-person attendance if you will actually attend using the Eventbrite link. An NHS email address or academic institution address is required to register. CPD credits have been applied for.